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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, September 18, 1969

Page Eight iHE MICHIGAN DAILY Th ursdciy, September 18, 1 96~

tenants see

Protesters . continue

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will be made for those schools having
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with realtors
(Continued from Page 3)
willing than Summit to acknowl-
edge the union. Kenneth Barn-
hill, an owner of Apts. Ltd., in-
sist his company will not nego-
tiate with strike leaders "as long
as they're making the demands
they're making."
And a spokesman for Charter
Realty declares the company will
"not under any forseeable cir-
cumstances" recognize or nego-
tiate with the union.
Meanwhile, 1 a n d10 r d s are
fighting strikers from last spring
in the courts, trying to get back
rent in escrow.
Strikers have so far won rent
reductions in almost every case
which has gone to court-but
union leaders stress court ac-
tions are "defensive" tactics'
which cannot reflect the success
or failure of the strike.
In the current phase of the
strike legal battles will prob-
ably take a back seat. Union
legal spokesman Dale Berry says
the landlords conspiracy trials -
nrow in District Court-will prob-
ably not be held before next term.
And most of last year's strikers
have either had their cases
brought to court, arbitrated, have
settled out of court, or have left
Ann Arbor.
Now, the crucial task for the
Tenants Union is organizing
tenants to strike. This slow,,
hard, quiet task will determine
their success or failure.
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a Ph.D. candidate. You should
know that."
Bluestone said he always walked
into the office of the economics
department chairman without

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knocking, and apologized for his
lack of experience in the military.
Finally an appointment was ar-
ranged with the colonel. "But I
don't want you to bring all your
Indians with you," R e y n o 1 d s
warned.
"I'm Welsh," someone said.
"Well, all right. Whatever you
are."
Later in the day Reynolds talk-
ed with about 10 students in his
office. Seeing that some had to
sit on the floor for lack of chairs,
the colonel too sat on the floor.
An exhibition of books by Uni-
versity architecture school staff
will be shown in the A&D exhibi-
tion iall from Sept. 5 to Oct. 1.
The display will range from art
to city planning and includes both
theoretical and practical ap-
proaches.
Dr. William H. Burt, emeritus
professor of zoology and curator
of mammals at the University, has
been appointed associate curator
of warm-blooded vertebrates at
the University of Colorado Mu-
seum.
Four University psychology pro-
fessors-Arthur W. Melton, James
G. Kelly, David H. Krantz and
James G. Greeno-will present
special addresses at this week's
American Psychological Associa-
tion meeting in Washington.

"I want to get at eye-to-eye
level with you kids," he said as he
crouched in a corner, declining an
offer to participate in a proposedE
panel discussion with University
President Robben Fleming and
student leaders.
Information
drug center4
expanding
By DEBBIE TAYLOR
The Michigan Regional Drug In-
formation Center (MRDIC) in the
University Hospital Pharmacy is 1
now planning satellite centers
elsewhere in the state, says Robert

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Scholarships for 1970-71 under the
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18 ship Office, 1014 Rackhan Bluilding,
by October 6, 1969. Under the Ful-
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Day Calendar graduate students will have an op-
portunity to study in any one of 50
Intenational Symposium on Blood countries for one year.
and Tissue Antigens: Dow Auditorium, Candidates who wish to apply for
Towsley Center for Continuing Medical an award must be U.S. citizens at the
Education, 9:00 a.m. time of application, have a Bachelor's
Physical Chemistry Seminar: M r. Degree or its equivalent b ythe begin-
Anthony H. Francis, Department of ning date of the grant, and in most
Chemistry, "The Electric Spectrum of cases, be proficient in the language
P. BenzoqUinone"; 1200 Chemistry, 4:00 of the host country. Selections will be
p.m. made on the basis of academic record,
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The Constitution, and the W a r r e n posed study plan and personal quali-
Court, Philip B. Kurland, Professor of fications. Preference is given to candi-1
Law, The University of Chicago, "The dates who have not had prior extendeda
Congress, the President, and the study or residence abroad, and who are
Court": 100 Hutchins Hall, 4:15 p.m. under the age of 35.
Application forms and information
en a for students currently enrolled at the
General Notices University of Michigan may be obtain-
students in the School of Nursing ed from the Graduate Fellowship Of-
may sign up for preclassification time fice, 1014 Rackham. Deadline for filing
with their counselors or her secretay, completed applications is October 6,
starting Friday morning, September 19, 1969. Qualified and interested students
1969.are urged to act expediently in order
that necessary procedures may be com-
Attention Students: September 22, pleted by the deadline.
1969 (4:00 p.m.), is the last date for If you have any questions regard-
the Fall Term when the Registrar's ing this announcement, please call 764-
Office will: 228.

you, these are available at Placement
Services The Peace Corps will be on
campus November 17 all week
:Management Intern Orals for FSEE
Applicants who qualify for M.I. Rat-
ings, You will be notified by Washing-
ton of your eligibilty, and the ar-
rangements. The Orals will be held
in Room 3524 on Thursday, Sept. 25.
If you have any .questions about your
standing call Miss Webber at 764-
7460.
Current Position openings received
by mail and phone, not interviews on
campus: Call 764-7460 for further in-
fomation.
Cumyahoga Falls Park and Recreation
Department, Ohio: Supt. of the de-
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exper.
city of Alpena, Mich.: Civil Engineer
for community of 15,000.
Bingham Pump Co., Wilamette Iron
& Steel Co., Portland, Ore., Naval Ar-
chitect.
State of Washington: Vocational
Counselor, psych. or educ. degree, BIA
with 2 yrs., MA plus 1.
Transcontinental Enterprises, local
part time research job for N.Y. firm-
conduct research on acceptance of pro-
ducts and services, guarantee min plus
bonuses.
State of Utah: Business Manager of a
state hospital acctg., bus. ad degree
plus 3 yrs., wBA Ow MA.
State of Vermont: Vhief of secondary
education, MA plus 7. SpeechClinic-
Ian, MA. Staff Dev. Coord., educ, soc.

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on their own and affiliate with
the MRDIC project.
Currently the center is also dis-
cussing the concept of a satellite
center with doctors in the Saginaw
Valley and Grand Rapids area.
Since beginning its operation in
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